Los Angeles Clippers

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  • Kawhi Leonard
    SF, Los Angeles Clippers

    The Clippers have re-opened their practice facility as of Monday.

    They're the latest on a long list of teams who are able to get players back into gyms on a voluntary basis, though it will still be slow going for the league overall until players can work out in full groups.

    Source: Marc Stein on Twitter

  • Tyronn Lue
    PG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Marc Stein is reporting that Tyronn Lue, Jason Kidd, Mark Jackson, Jeff Van Gundy and current interim coach Jacque Vaughn are on the Nets' list of potential coaching candidates.

    It was floated last week that Lue and Kyrie Irving have mutual interest in reuniting, but it's still far too early in the process to name a favorite. The Nets surprisingly dismissed Kenny Atkinson after he helped rebuild the entire program and will need their next coach to be more to the liking of their star core. All of the names currently mentioned have previous experience as a head coach, with Kidd obviously starting out as a coach in Brooklyn before moving to Milwaukee, though Jackson and JVG are better known for squabbling on TV these days.

    Source: Marc Stein on Twitter

  • Lou Williams
    SG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Lou Williams declared that he intends to stay with the Clippers for the remainder of his career, which he expects to extend for several more seasons.

    Williams is planning on having several more seasons of high-level basketball in the tank, and he is currently under contract at a reasonable $8,000,000 next season. If the Clippers are able to retain Kawhi Leonard and Paul George at that point, they'd likely be interested in resigning Lou Will to another sweetheart contract for the organization. He's had the best three seasons of his career as a Clipper, but as long as he is behind Leonard and George in the pecking order he will be nothing more than a late-round option in standard fantasy leagues.

    Source: CBS Sports

  • Kris Dunn
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Jovan Buha of The Athletic writes that there have been multiple rumors connecting the Clippers with impending free agent Kris Dunn.

    Dunn would only add to the Clippers' collection of outstanding defensive talent, though he may be hunting for a role closer to the starting lineup in a perfect world. He's currently shelved by a right MCL sprain that was initially expected to sideline him for the entire season. No matter where Dunn ends up, it's going to take a perfect set of circumstances for him to produce worthwhile numbers outside of the steals category.

    Source: The Athletic

  • Terance Mann
    PG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Terance Mann will miss eight weeks after undergoing surgery to repair a ligament in his right hand.

    Mann suffered the injury on March 8th while in the G League. He has averaged just 7.7 minutes per game in 35 NBA contests during 2019-20.

    Source: Andrew Greif on Twitter

  • Kawhi Leonard
    SF, Los Angeles Clippers

    It was just another day at the office for Kawhi Leonard on Tuesday, leading the Clippers to victory over the shorthanded Warriors with a game-high 23 points (9-of-14 shooting), four rebounds, five assists, two 3s and two steals.

    Leonard is on cruise control with top-3 value in 9-cat formats on the season. Aside from the maintenance rest days, Leonard is simply money in the fantasy arena for the remainder of the season.

  • Reggie Jackson
    PG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Reggie Jackson had a solid game vs. the Warriors on Tuesday, maximizing his 19 points off the bench with 16 points on 6-of-7 shooting with three triples and four assists.

    Jackson didn't need a lot of time to put up his line. Unfortunately, he's not done enough on a regular basis to warrant an add in 16-team leagues or shallower right now. The Clippers' backcourt is simply too crowded for managers to trust R-Jax at this time.

  • Patrick Beverley
    PG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Patrick Beverley played 21 meaningful minutes for the Clippers in their 131-107 over the Warriors, chipping in 15 points on 5-of-10 shooting along with four treys, three rebounds and two assists.

    Considering Beverley’s scored10 points over his last five game combined, tonight’s 15-point effort could be the wake-up call he’s been waiting for. He’s likely lying around in most waiver wires, so aggressive owners might be willing to roll the dice after tonight.

  • Joakim Noah
    C, Los Angeles Clippers

    Joakim Noah will not make his Clippers debut for their game on Tuesday vs. the Warriors after signing a 10-day contract with the team on Monday.

    There's a good chance Noah has absolutely no fantasy value. As we said before, he can be left on the wire.

    Source: Andrew Greif on Twitter

  • Lou Williams
    SG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Lou Williams (sore right calf) is being listed as out ahead of Tuesday's matchup with the Warriors.

    Williams has been slumping a bit over the past two weeks, with value outside of the top-150 in 9 cat leagues. This is likely a routine maintenance day against the worst-record in the league. Patrick Beverley and Landry Shamet should see additional minutes in Williams' absence.

    Source: Andrew Greif on Twitter

  • Joakim Noah
    C, Los Angeles Clippers

    Joakim Noah will sign his 10-day contract with the Clippers on Monday.

    Noah will be insurance behind Ivica Zubac and Montrezl Harrell. He can be safely left on the waiver wire.

    Source: Ohm Youngmisuk on Twitter

  • Paul George
    SF, Los Angeles Clippers

    Paul George put up 31 points (9-for-16 FG), six rebounds, three assists, three steals, one block and three 3-pointers in Sunday's 103-112 loss to the Lakers.

    George and Kawhi Leonard held up their ends of the bargain but none of the other Clippers bothered to show up, with Reggie Jackson's eight points representing the team-high among the non-superstars. PH has been pretty solid since returning to the lineup and fantasy GMs just have to hope that he can stay healthy and keep the elite fantasy lines flowing through the end of the season.

  • Kawhi Leonard
    SF, Los Angeles Clippers

    Kawhi Leonard scored 27 points on 9-of-18 shooting on Sunday against the Lakers but was very quiet otherwise, tallying just two rebounds, two threes and a block in 37 minutes.

    Obviously there's nothing to worry about here, and we fear for whoever is on the Clippers' upcoming schedule after they let one slip away against a team that the organization is desperate to beat. Expect more typical Kawhi in the next one.

  • Lou Williams
    SG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Lou Williams went 3-for-11 from the field en route to seven points, five rebounds and three assists in Sunday's "home" loss.

    Williams is in a bit of a slump, settling in around the top-150 mark over the last couple of weeks. He'll get it turned around because he plays such an important role for the Clippers, but his he's scored eight points or fewer in four of his last seven games. We can't imagine the last time Lou Will went through that kind of points-less drought.

  • Marcus Morris
    PF, Los Angeles Clippers

    Marcus Morris was atrocious on Sunday afternoon, going 0-for-9 from the field and finishing with one point, six rebounds and a steal in 29 minutes.

    Morris has really had his issues since joining the Clippers and is sitting well outside the top-200 in the last two weeks. He's a drop if you've been holding on, as its clear now more than ever that he's just a volume scorer who struggles to stay in rhythm unless he's calling the shots. Patrick Beverley was equally disappointing with two points, four rebounds and a steal in 26 minutes and is even worse than Morris over the last two weeks, sitting outside the top-250. The most talkative Clippers certainly didn't back themselves up today.